On 2018-10-30 6:51 a.m., Peter Boot wrote:
> Hello all,
>> <note target="doc.xml#a1" targetEnd="doc.xml#a2">
>> <note type="short">Here is a short note on the word/phrase</note>
>> <note type="long">Here is a longer, more discursive note on the phrase</note>
>> <note type="pedagogical">Here is a note that offers exercises in the classroom for this phrase</note>
> I've often thought we needed a (nestable) noteGrp element, just like we have linkGrp, personGrp, etc., and this seems like a perfect use-case.
> Other situations where such an element would be useful:
> - Group notes by language (if an edition has annotation in multiple languages)
> - Group notes by type (explanatory, paleographical, ...)
> - Group notes by text division
This is a really good idea. <noteGrp> should presumably also be
nestable, and should appear anywhere <note> can appear.